07th Sep 2015
Among the wireless connections, bluetooth earphones have been there in the market from quite a long time with Nokia being one of the early makers of bluetooth earphones.
However, times have changed. The over-the-head Around-ear and On-ear headphones are also available in the wireless segment. But, there are speculations that wireless headphones may not sound as good as the wired counterparts.
Yet, there are some really good wireless headphones out there.
Here is a list of 5 best wireless headphones we would recommend.
1. Bose SoundLink Around-Ear Headphones
This is the latest and one of the best wireless headphones available in the Indian market with an immersive sound quality. The headphone's cushioned around-ear fit is designed for comfortable listening and weighs at just 150 grams. The headphones also come with built-in microphone and also allows you to connect with two devices at a time while you can easily switch between them. Also, the headphones come with exclusive TriPort technology giving you a full range sound with clear highs and full lows. You can grab one of these here.
2. Sennheiser MM 400-X
The Sennheiser MM 400-X is a very light weight over-the-head wireless headphone with just 105 grams. The Sennheiser MM 400-X too can be folded up and packed for easy carrying. The headphones come with an integrated microphone and also comes with a micro USB cable which can be used to recharge the headphones. Once fully charged, the headphones can run upto 10 hours. Along with this, the headphones audio quality is near CD Quality giving a gentle and smooth treble sound. You can grab one of these here.
3. Sony MDR-10RBT
The Sony MDR-10RBT headphones come with the noise isolation feature which is pretty impressive considering the price point and comparing with other pricey counterparts. The headphones provide a comfortable wear and also a decent quality with full bass. The headphones also come with NFC which enables to connect with your mobile phone swiftly. However, the flipside is that, unlike the Bose SoundLink headphones, the Sony MDR-10RBT does not connect with two devices at the same time. However, considering the price and audio quality, it would definitely be a decent bet for audio enthusiasts. You can grab one of these here.
4. Sennheiser RS 120-8 II
This headphone is a decent pick if you looking on a slightly lower price range and also the best in the range audio quality. The Sennheiser RS 120-8 II comes with the Auto Turn Off feature which turns off the headset when you actually mute the television or music player. While these headphones may not provide full range sound like the Sennheiser M 400-X, but they do come with strong bass response and are also comfortable to wear. You can grab one of these here.
5. Harman/Kardon Soho Wireless Headphone
These headphones come with a unique fold flat function along with 30 mm drivers and neo-transducers which deliver a refined sound quality. The headphones come with ear-cup mounted sensors which provides you simplified control and total convenience. Along with bluetooth, the headphones also come with NFC technology and can be connected to multiple devices and easily switched between. However, these headphones are comparatively little heavier with around 200 grams in weight. They also lack from microphone. But, if you are person who prefers great audio quality and ultra portability, these headphones might turn out to be your safest bet. You can grab one of these here.
PS: While we recommend these five wireless headphones, we would like see which one would you recommend in the comment section below.
Top 5 Wireless Headphones Recommendations
With technology getting advanced everyday, we can see wireless connections replacing the way electronic devices connected.
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